Duck hunters don’t compromise when it comes to gear. We want a layout blind that’s low and stealthy, yet large enough for comfort. We insist on soft gun cases with ample padding for bumpy boat rides. And we need a blind bag with plenty of room for shells and a coffee thermos — oh, and it should float, too.
What if you could purchase gear that meets these demands, while helping Delta make more ducks for you? That’s the vision that led Delta Waterfowl to partner with ALPS OutdoorZ to design and manufacture a line of high-quality, affordable waterfowl gear branded with the Delta Waterfowl logo. Through a licensing agreement, ALPS contributes a percentage of every sale of Delta Waterfowl Gear to Delta’s duck production and conservation programs.
“Delta is always pleased to partner with like-minded companies to conserve ducks and promote waterfowl hunting,” said Bryce Seefeldt, corporate partnership director for Delta Waterfowl. “Hunters can now buy excellent hunting gear while supporting Delta Waterfowl programs that produce ducks and protect the tradition of duck hunting.”
The exciting line of Delta Waterfowl Gear features an innovative, extremely comfortable Zero-Gravity Layout Blind. It’s like hunting from a lounge chair, suspended cozily above the cold, hard ground. Fabric covered in stubble straps flares out on all sides, creating a smoothly sloping profile without any hard, duck-flaring edges. With no assembly required and no floor to trap debris, setup and cleanup are a cinch.
Additional product offerings include deluxe floating blind bags, gun slings, game totes, wader bags, shell belts, hand warmers, a retriever stand, a wetland seat and a variety of floating gun cases.
“Along with input from The Duck Hunters Organization, ALPS used its 20-plus years of design experience to create some exceptional waterfowling gear,” Seefeldt said. “We’re proud that it carries the Delta Waterfowl logo and will help add ducks to the fall flight.”
Go to www.deltawaterfowlgear.com to buy your gear today!